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Oshkosh Work Parties

2023-05-01T15:51:38-05:00May 1st, 2023|Tags: |

Every year in the weeks before Airventure the folks at EAA organize volunteer work parties to set up the grounds at Oshkosh. Folks in our chapter have partaken in this, and have had a lot of fun. Over the next few weeks there will be numerous dates to serve in this opportunity. Lodging in [...]

Project Eagles Nest Recap

2023-05-01T16:05:12-05:00May 1st, 2023|Tags: |

We had a really neat chapter gathering on Saturday, April 8th. A preview of our chapter activities taking place over the next few months was shared with attendees. Status of the Young Eagles Build and Fly was given, and awards for the RC building trainers were given out. Similar awards were given to the [...]

Gathering Recap – Lake Geneva Balloon Company

2023-05-01T16:28:21-05:00April 1st, 2023|Tags: , |

Our March gathering featured greeting new members, highlighting upcoming events, and soliciting of members for ideas for future activities and presentations. Our featured guest at the gathering was John Trione from the Lake Geneva Balloon Company.  He gave a great presentation about his company and the excitement of taking a flight in a hot air [...]

Awesome News about JB Aviation!!!!

2023-05-01T16:28:37-05:00April 1st, 2023|Tags: |

We have exciting news to share! JB Aviation has been recognized by The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) as a 2023 Distinguished Flight School. This award comes from reviews of flight training experience through an AOPA online survey. The process yielded an evaluation of 608 different flight schools across the country, and JB Aviation [...]

The Feral Cows of 10C

2023-03-31T21:42:19-05:00April 1st, 2023|Tags: |

as reported by Jerry Thomas, EAA932 When the Galt staff arrived for work one snowy morning, they were met by a herd of activist cows demanding that only 100% whole milk, not tasteless coffee-whitener (ugh!) be provided with the FBO’s coffee. The cud-chewing quadrupeds were tough negotiators, but Galt Airport’s powers-that-be defiantly held [...]

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